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VX9000 and Xen

  • 1.  VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 16:48
    Hi!!

    i trying to install the iso into my Xen Lab but dont boot. Have some tips to install into XEN?

    Thx.


  • 2.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 17:19
    Hello Rodrigo - We have good VX9000 Virtual Controller Installation Guide that covers this install process. Here is the link where this guide is posted:

    http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/ExtremeWireless/VX9000_IG_MN001985A01A_EN.pdf



  • 3.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 17:30
    Hi!

    the doc dont have any info for work with Xen :(

    thx


  • 4.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 17:49
    Hi Rodrigo - the reference to XEN is noted on page 4 of the VX9000 Installation guide noting "Installing the VX Virtualized Controller on a Hypervisor"

    Ensure a Hypervisor (ESXi, Xen, Hyper V) is installed in your server environment or the downloaded .iso
    image will not run.

    Here is additional information noted in this official KCS article :)

    Does the VX-9000 support XenServer v7 for VM installation?

    https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Q_A/Does-the-VX-9000-support-XenServer-v7-for-VM-...


  • 5.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 18:00
    hi!!

    I'm reading the last doc and previous doc. In the first doc dont show anything about resource for Xen, CPU, Disk, etc... Can extrapolate from Hyper-V or VMware.

    If use the option other install media, the installation is extreme slowly, even if put 4GB, 4 CPU and 10GB for disk.

    Is possible try to improve the installation iso for Xen? When install showme some advance and i see info about detecting Xen, disk type xvda, etc... xentool preinstalled is better. That permit use in the VM optimization like vmotion, etc...

    Thx


  • 6.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 18:18
    I have a Xen server and I have no issues installing VX9000. Yes its slower install than VMware but still not super slow. I do have my iso files in a storage repository on the Xen server. What is your vm build process?


  • 7.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 18:30
    Hi Robert!

    create VM using other media install, i choose 4GB for ram, 10GB disk, 4 cores 2x2 and select the media from repository and waiting to showme info about install process.

    :)

    pd:reboot dont work from xencenter is necessary xentools installed.


  • 8.  RE: VX9000 and Xen

    Posted 12-06-2017 19:03
    is it possible you are out of hard drive space? Any errors in the xen logs?